Friday, March 1, 2019

Local Gov't Mtgs - Wk of March 4-8, 2019

The following local governments of the Cariboo-Chilcotin are meeting next week, as follows:

Quesnel - A Policy/Bylaw Committee Meeting on Tuesday, March 5th at 9am in the Fraser Room (4th Floor, 410 Kinchant St).  On the Agenda:

* Permissive Tax Policy
* Sidewalk Food Vendors and Mobile Food Vendors Bylaws

For the full Agenda, click here

and then Regular Council Meeting on Tuesday, March 5th at 6pm in Quesnel Council Chambers (4th Floor, 410 Kinchant Street).  On the Agenda:

* Committee Reports (2)
* Interface Community Forest Resolution (Community Forest Partnership between City of Quesnel/Lhtako Dene)
* DRAFT 2019 City of Quesnel Operating Budget
* Development Permit #DP2019-16 - Proposed Elliott Street Supportive Housing Development
* UBCM Regional Community to Community Forum Program
* Façade Improvements Grant Program - 2018 Completed Projects
* West Quesnel Business Association - Improvement Area Bylaw
* Business Improvement Area Levy 2019
* Safer Quesnel Report and Action Update

For the full Agenda, click here

Williams Lake - All meetings below take place in the Rick Hansen Boardroom (Basement - 450 Mart St):

Special Council Meeting on Tuesday, March 5th at 5:45pm.  On the Agenda:

* Ratify Poll of Council re: ACAP Funding Agreement - Airfield Electrical Rehabilitation Project at Williams Lake Regional Airport

View the full Agenda here

Committee of the Whole session on Tuesday, March 5th at 6pm. On the Agenda:

* Delegations (2) -- Update from Jenny Howell, Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society & Feb 2019 Police Commission Report from Jeff Pelley, RCMP Inspector/Detachment Commander & Dave Dickson, Manager of Community Safety

* Operational Policy - Bylaw Department
* Traffic Control Bylaw Amendment
* LED Conversion for City Owned Facilities and Infrastructure
* 2019 Capital Budget Reduction Recommendations

View the full Agenda here


Anonymous said...

Still waiting for the Police Commission Report to Council,which is usually included in he Agenda.

Steve Forseth said...

Thanks for your comment. To clarify -- if City Staff don't have any background documents at the time that a Council Meeting Agenda is to published, it is routine City of Williams Lake practice to post the phrase "Backup to follow" and City Staff will post the link when available...